Indy goes off without security hitches
INDIANAPOLIS -- Dozens of mayonnaise jars and unopened beer bottles lined the fence outside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, the results of toughened security measures that were largely invisible.
Additional uniformed police officers were the only overt signs of heightened security for fans at the Indianapolis 500.
Indiana State Police reported no arrests during the race, and Sgt. Raymond Poole described security as ''picture perfect.''
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